Get Involved Donate Donate To Citizens Advice Isle of Wight Donate Fundraise Donate To Citizens Advice Isle of Wight Citizens Advice Isle of Wight is a charity and relies on donations from the public and our generous funders to keep our service free of charge. We couldn't do what we do without your help. Thank you. To enable us to continue working in local communities - we need your help. Each year we need to generate £650,000 to fund the work we do. As a registered charity we rely on grant funding, donations and support from individuals, families and local businesses. The support you give us will ensure that whatever problems the future holds you can help us to solve them today - for your co-workers, neighbours, your family and you! There are plenty of ways you can get involved and raise vital funds for Citizens Advice Isle of Wight. Take part in an event, organise your own or take on a charity challenge. Charity No: 1050217 What Your Money Does You can help us to maintain the quality of advice we offer and to increase the number of advisers we have by donating to Citizens Advice Isle of Wight. Here are some examples of how your donations could help us: £9.50 covers the weekly cost of 1 volunteer adviser £17.00 covers the cost of a drop-in session at our Community Advice Sessions with an evaluated adviser £19.50 covers the cost of running our Advice Line for half a day £47.10 is the average cost of helping 1 client from the beginning to the end of their enquiry Drop In If you wish to make a donation, you can always drop in and give it to a member of staff at Citizens Advice Isle of Wight. Please do not send cash in the post as we cannot guarantee it will reach us. Gift Aid If you are making a donation to us, please consider Gift Aid. For more information please click on the link below: Learn More Donating through Gift Aid means charities and community amateur sports clubs (CASCs) can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give. It won't cost you any extra. Charities can claim Gift Aid on most donations, but some payments don't qualify.